Did you try the new Foxtel Play yet? Now is the perfect time to give it a go. April brings tons of entertainment to subscribers both old and new, and you’ve got a 2 week free trial to experience everything the platform has to offer completely free. Besides acclaimed shows and blockbuster movies, this month also gives sports fanatics plenty to look forward to. Surf, golf, basketball – there’s something down the line for everyone.
Ever since its revamp, Foxtel Play keeps providing great value to subscribers, regardless of their interests. There’s the Pop and Drama packs, chock full with highly addictive series that will leave you craving more. There’s the Lifestyle pack, which enables you to stream the best and juiciest reality and lifestyle channels available. For those eager to learn more about the world, the Docos pack is a worthy addition. Meanwhile, children will definitely appreciate the endless entertainment provided by the Kids pack.
If you like to chill in the evenings with a glass of wine and a good flick, the Movies pack will keep you great company. And last but not least, Foxtel Now offers a Play Sports pack that is the ultimate addition for sport enthusiasts looking to catch up with their favourite teams and watch every minute of the high-stakes action online, live, and no string attached.
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Foxtel Play April Deals
There’s no better way to take full advantage of April entertainment than with the Foxtel Play Sports Pack. At only $29/month, it comes with several channels that will keep you up-to-date on everything from the latest games to in-depth analysis of events yet to come. There’s no Promo Code required to grab this great deal, but you do need to subscribe to one of the base Foxtel Play packs to gain access to it.
That means you’ll also need to get one of Drama, Pop, Lifestyle, Kids, or Docos packages to enjoy unlimited live action at a lower price than ever before.
What to watch in April
This month brings sports fans tons of hours of edge-of-the-seat entertainment. Stay up to date with the 2017 Toyota AFL Premiership season, the most highly attended spectator sport in Australia. With Foxtel Play you can stream every round of the 2017 season live via Fox Footy.
Then, there’s the new Fox League channel to bring you everything NRL, including a massive NRL Super Saturday exclusive triple-header. You can also tune in to watch plenty of new magazine shows that will help you stay on top of all Rugby League’s big events.
And wait, there’s more! The first big event of the World Surf League stars April 12 with the battle for the coveted Bells trophy. US college basketballers wrap up the March Madness as the NBA playoffs begin. Plus, golf’s iconic green jacket is up for grabs as the US Masters comes to Augusta from April 3. That’s what we call a packed month of sports events for you to catch up on.
2017 Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix
April 9 FOX SPORTS
The 2017 Grand Prix racing season is one of the best yet and Australian audiences can tune in live to catch all the race action. This month, get ready for the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix, which airs live on FOX SPORTS April 9. The course is remarkable for its change of acceleration and deceleration within different winding turns, making high demands on the driver as well as the car. It’s also great for its high-speed straights, so viewers will surely be in for a treat.
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A-League: Sydney FC v Melbourne City
April 1, FOX SPORTS
Get ready for a confrontation you don’t want to miss. The A-League is in full swing, with Sydney FC currently on top. We’re looking forward to see what happens when these two giants go head-to-head.
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Super Rugby: Waratahs v Crusaders
April 2, FOX SPORTS
Australia fly-half Bernard Foley suffered a new concussion setback during his long-awaited return for the Waratahs, so it’s not sure if he will be available for Sunday’s game against the Crusaders. Still, it’s going to be a doozy, so watching live is a must.
|April 2||Sports||Super Rugby: Waratahs v Crusaders||Fox Sports Live|
The Foxtel Play Sports Pack brings you all the channels you need to stay on top of your favourite sports. There are no installation costs or wait time, so you gain instant access to everything the package offers. That includes the four FOX SPORTS channels, the brand new FOX LEAGUE, the three beIN SPORTS channels, ESPN1, ESPN2, Eurosport, and Footy Play (Not available on PC/Mac).
That’s not all. You can also get the MUTV, LFCTV and Chelsea TV channels for an extra 1c per channel per year. Furthermore, each pack you choose comes with a suite of extra channels completely free of charge. The list includes CNN, Fox Sports News, Foxtel Smooth, BBC World News, Max, [V]Hits, TVSN, CMC, Fox News, Eurosport News, Sky News, Sky Weather, Sky Business, Foxtel Arts, MTV, and MTV Dance.
The beauty of Foxtel Play is that you don’t need any equipment. Once you build your subscription, you can start to watch your favourite channels online in minutes. All you need is an internet connection and a compatible device. Plus, there are no lock-in contracts. Subscriptions are flexible, so you can change your package picks month to month or cancel any time.
The list of compatible devices includes PCs/Macs, Telstra TV (you can watch in HD!), Smart TVs (Sony, Samsung or LG), Xbox One, PS3 or PS4, as well as mobile devices via Foxtel Go. The nifty Foxtel Go app is free with your subscription and allows to stream content directly on your phone or tablet, regardless of your location.
Sign up and enjoy the perks
Foxtel Play brings you quality content – whether you’re a sports enthusiast or drama fan. Take advantage of the 2-week free trial to road-test everything the platform has to offer. Then, build and personalize your subscription to best suit your needs. You’ll never miss a live game ever again.